MSP Magazine: New Shops at JCP

The stores are beginning—beginning—to resemble the hip commercials for JC Penney. JCP’s first “Shops” are now open at 700 stores nationwide, including 13 Minnesota locations.
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The stores are beginning—beginning—to resemble the hip commercials for JC Penney. JCP’s first “Shops” are now open at 700 stores nationwide, including 13 Minnesota locations.

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